From the Blogger side: Most of the people who know me know that I totally lack the ability to do something like a blog. I can actually take an entire computer apart and rebuild it. The electronics parts doesn't bother me. It's crap like software. For me to use any software, I'll first look at it and ask: "Is this some shit I really need to use for anything useful?"
Then, if I think it might be useful, I'll give it about 3 hours. If I can't figure it out in 3 hours or less, I throw it away. Kind of like some of the software they "trained" us to use when I deployed to Bosnia and Iraq. We sat through a week of training and I asked the trainers from Man Tech: "who came up with this shit? It sucks. It's like 1980's software and it's totally useless."
They argreed with me, but none the less, we had to suffer throught the stupid training. In the end...out of a class of about 50 soldiers, only 5 computer geeks could use all the software....and then when we got to Iraq, we were not even using those programs.
Anyway, my point today is...my blog site had a new thing I added...called "Page Views."
I'm not really sure WTF that is, does that mean everytime somebody views one of the pages on my blog it counts it? So, if it's at 15,000 plus...does that mean the 3 or so people who actually read this stuff have looked 5,000 times each?
(Nobody who knows me in real life could think I actually do blogging.... One of the great secrets of the CI Roller Dude.)